The World’s Most Expensive Hot Dog

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That’s a steep wiener… The World’s Most Expensive Hot Dog costs $169, and is brought to us by The Tokyo Dog food truck in Seattle, Washington.

Officially-titled, Juuni Ban, the pricey dog contains smoked cheese bratwurst, butter Teriyaki grilled onions, Maitake mushrooms, Wagyu beef, foie gras, shaved black truffles, caviar and Japanese mayonnaise, all served up in a brioche bun. Mustard’s extra.

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Now You Can Make Hello Kitty Wieners

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Even though we’ve just received the earth-shattering news that Hello Kitty is not actually a cat — you can still make adorable hot dogs with the Hello Kitty Face Wiener Cutter.

Simply insert your cylindrical meat product into the cutter, press gently, and you’ll have that adorable face staring back at you from your wiener. Check it out here.

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The Pickle Dog Is As Wonderful As It Sounds

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This is the Pickle Dog. It’s a hot dog inside a pickle, then battered and deep-fried like your average corn dog.

Discovered by Jeff Miller and Meg Strouse of Thrillist during their trip to the OC County Fair, the franken-pickle is only part of what’s to be expected at the yearly event. And, it’s usually a lot of deep-fried things that shouldn’t be and guzinda foods such as this one.

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How To Cook A Hot Dog In A Pringles Can

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Who knew, that besides holding your potato chips and acting as an effective hand trap, your Pringles can could be used as a hot dog-cooker?

Brought to us by Instructables user Cats Science Club — a simple technique and a few supplies are all that stands between you and a yummy hot diggity dog. Just make sure to get your hand out first.

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A Bacon-Wrapped Hot Dog With A Sausage For A Bun, Y’all!

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Proof once again that bread is over, The Vulgar Chef has created the Hot Dog in a Sausage Bun.

For an added bonus, the hot dog is wrapped in bacon. Take that, bread.

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